Brings back evil memories of manually configuring Winsock back in the days of Win3.XX! You have to get ALL of applicable information from your ISP before you start. A good place to look is your current dialup network settings and browser settings for your particular ISP.
Unfortunately, most of the "free" ISP's won't work because they expect their proprietary program to running in the background.
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Are there ANY free ISPs that will work with this? I've been checking this morning and can't find any linux supporters. Freeatlast.com went to a $9.95/month and the others I checked require IE to be on the computer so that their ad program can use the internal IE hooks.
Any idea if the current software will let me hook up a USB modem and connect to my LAN? I have cable internet and could use that. Otherwise I will have to add a hard drive and another OS. That's the eventual plan anyway.
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